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Working with Ajira is a true pleasure. They deliver more value in a week than most firms would do in a month. Clearly they are an innovation partner.

— Ken McDonald, CEO  Synetic Solutions


Ajira takes Lean Startup and Agile to the next level. They not only delivered in half the time I expected, but as a true partner they contributed several business innovations.

— Alex McKay, CEO  CWWR


Working with folks@Ajira is an enjoyable experience from product inception to deployment. Every member of Ajira team always works to ship the best product through passionate discussions to choose the right technology, tools and leading the entire team from the front. Not only we shipped products quickly, along the way we could upgrade our processes, technologies and tools. I wish Ajira great success

— Kumar Vembu, CEO  GoFrugal Technologies


Ajira is a rare, exceptional tech solution company for building really complex, new age, and ready for large scale tech systems. If you need to build a rocket launcher in tech, these are the guys to resort to.

— Ankur Dinesh, CEO  Hotify


Ajira Software developed a customized solution for our company from an early stage of concept to full development on time and on budget. After considering different software developers in Europe and India, I chose Ajira and could not be more satisfied with the outcome. We are in fact embarking on our second project now. What gave Ajira the ability to perform at such a high level was their commitment, skills and expertise to not only understand our requirement but also to recommend improvements as we went through the development process. This was an impressively collaborative process. The result is a software tool that is as effective, and more comprehensive, as originally planned

— Vahid Ghassemian, CEO  

Team

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Sat

What are your ninja skills?

Building a team that trusts and works for each other.

One word that describes you?

Grit.

Motto in life?

Think Different. Execute Fast. Everyone wins.

Whats your interesting hobby and why do you practise it?

Watching daughter skate, speed thrills but does not kill.

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Sundar

Which possession do you value the most?

Word, word bond.

Serious message to the public?

Lose battles to win the War.

How will you punish your greatest enemy?

Run them over with my fleet of Lorries.

When do you get pissed off?

When people don't feel they are part of the society

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Kumaran

I am also called as...

Monk

One word that describes you?

Crazy

Which possession do you value the most?

My family and friends

How will you punish your greatest enemy?

with my sarcasms and PJs :P

Serious message to the public?

Live and let live. Because it is illegal to kill the people you don't like

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Tamizhvendan

One word that describes you?

Pragmatic

Which possession do you value the most?

My wife and my sweet little twin daughters

Motto in life?

வாழணும். "செமையா வாழ்ந்தான்டா" ன்ற மாதிரி வாழணும்

Serious message to the public?

Leave this world a little better than you found it

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Suresh

I am also called as...

Surya (Raju) Bhai

One word that describes you?

Kiddo

How will you punish your greatest enemy?

I will try to be happy in front of them

Motto in life?

Not to have a motto

Which possession do you value the most?

My family

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Praveen

I am also called as...

Prox(y)

What are your ninja skills?

Driving, Java, JS, Web

Mannerism you like/dislike in you?

Laziness

How will you punish your greatest enemy?

Sarcasm. Because killing people is illegal.

Serious message to the public?

Stop poking your nose into others' business

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Ram

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Adam

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Prabu

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Rosmi

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Guna

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Ragavan

I am also called as...

Miyagi

Favourite quote

Silence is an argument carried out by other means

Serious message to the public

Setup water bowls for animals, to help them beat the heat

What are your ninja skills?

Javascript

One word that describes you.

Dog-lover

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Swaathikka

I am also called as...

SwaatKatz, CatWoman and many others...

Motto in life?

Colour the world

Serious message to the public

Chill-out

What are your ninja skills?

Making things beautiful

Which possession do you value the most?

My right hand and my right brain

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Nandhakumar

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Dhivya D

I am also called as...

Kampan Kool, DD, Frog, Burger Killer, The AWS Architect and many others...

Favourite quote

Interesting...

Serious message to the public

No message or anything

What are your ninja skills?

Irritating people

One word that describes you?

அவ்ளோ ஒர்த் இல்ல

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Roopak

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Saravanan

I am also called as...

Periappa

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Adharsh

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Aswin

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Gowthamraj

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Kritish

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Lordson

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Prasath

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Sinthiya

Latest Posts

Closing in on Clojure - Using Clojure in Production

Functional Programming, Clojure, Hammock Driven Development, Dynamic programming language • We at Ajira successfully delivered our first project in Clojure recently.We were able to deliver some complex features with ease because of the outstanding data-oriented programming features provided by Clojure. This blog post summarizes our experiences and learnings. • read more

Leveraging Property Based Testing

Property Based Testing • Property-based testing is one of the powerful technique to unit test the code. Unlike the example-based testing (where we Arrange a set of example inputs to Assert the system under test), Property based testing enable us to focus on what we wanted to test and liberate us from doing mundane work on coming up with sample inputs. Recently, I got a chance to use Property based testing in an open source library that I am developing to use Suave in Azure Functions. I felt very productive and it was a such a joy to write the unit tests. In this blog post, you are going to learn how Property-based testing has helped me and why you need to consider using(or learning) it • read more

Managing Data in Golang Using Gorm - Part 2

Golang • In my previous blog post, we have seen how to use the create and find function in gorm along with use-case driven approach. In this blog post, we will be extending our blogging platform gomidway by implementing an another interesting use case • read more

Managing Data in Golang Using Gorm - Part 1

Golang • We have been using gorm as a primary tool to interact with PostgreSQL from golang for almost a year now. Gorm does an excellent job as an ORM library, and we enjoyed using it in our projects. Through this blog post series, I will be sharing our experiences on how we leveraged gorm to solve our client’s needs • read more

Leveraging Interfaces in Golang - Part 2

Golang • In my previous blog post, we have seen how interfaces in golang can help us to come up with a cleaner design. In this blog post, we are going to see an another interesting use case of applying golang’s interfaces in creating adapters • read more

Leveraging Interfaces in Golang - Part 1

Golang • In my previous blog post on using golang in production, I have mentioned that interfaces are my favorite feature in golang. As a follow-up of this comment, I would like to share how we are using (my current project is also in golang!) the interfaces to keep our code clean and consistent through a series of three blog posts. This blog post series assumes that you are familiar with the basics of interfaces in golang. If would like to know what it brings to the table, I strongly recommend to check out this well-written article by Yan Cui. Let me start the series with a solution that we have implemented a few days back • read more

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Publications

“F# Applied” is an excellent introduction to applied, modern programming for the web. Starting with Suave, the F# server-side web framework, this book will teach you how to create complete applications using Functional-First Programming with F# In this book you will read: How to create complete application using Functional Programming Principles using F# An in-depth understanding of Web development in F# using Suave How to develop applications using EventSourcing, CQRS, and DDD in F# How to set up continuous integration and continuous deployment using FAKE and Docker How to leverage libraries like Rx, FSharp.Data and Paket • read more
The objective of this book is to answer the most significant question that developers encounter while learning or working with F#: How can I build a real-world, production-ready, end-to-end application in F# using the functional programming principles? Immutability, Type Safety, Pattern Matching, Pure Functions and all other functional programming things sound good on paper but How can I build something useful by applying it? This book has been created exclusively to answer these questions in a developer-friendly way! We are going to build a clone of the Twitter application, FsTweet. Right from starting an empty directory for the application to deploying it on Azure App Service, we are going to learn step by step • read more

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